Wellington Short Sales- You Can Do A Short Sale Even If You Don’t Think You Can

Many times you get advice from your family, friends and associates at work. Sometimes their advice is based on hear say and sometimes it is based on past events that have taken place in their own lives. In 2007 the short sale market really started to happen here in Wellington Florida but most agents and most sellers and most people did not even know what a short sale was. The banks did not even know how to handle them and were ill equipped to take on the enormous case load of thousands upon thousands of short sale files that hit their loss mitigation departments across the country from Florida, California, Arizona and Nevada. 

So many of the stories you hear about how a short sale was done in 2007 is way different that how they are handled today in 2011 and into 2012. It used to be as I have written in many of our earlier articles on short sales that you had to have a hardship to do a short sale. That is not alway the case any more. In fact, some lenders are not even asking to see your financial statements any more. Some lenders are paying your moving expenses up to $20,000 at your short sale closing. 

We have been getting sellers who have old WAMU loan and old Wachovia loans up to $20,000 at the closing. This is sometimes a dream come true and a huge surprise to sellers who are so upside down. Just imagine what twenty grand can help you- you can even put a down payment down on another property through an FHA loan if you relocated because of your employment and you were not late on your mortgage payments or you were only late because your bank told you they would not process your Wellington Short Sale unless you were late. 

Times have changed. We are not attorneys and we are not giving you legal advice. We have great attorneys that work with us, that we confer with, that our sellers can hire if they choose to and that we help in short sale situations. 

Wellington REO Agents- Wellington Florida Short Sales 

What is the different between a Wellington REO agent and a Wellington Florida short sale agent? The difference is in who the agent is working for. 

For an REO in Wellington, which is a Wellington Bank Owned property- the Wellington REO agent is working for the asset manager for the bank that owns the REO. REO stands for Real Estate Owned. 

A Wellington Short sale agent is working on behalf of the homeowner or investor/ short sale seller. When we work as Wellington short sale agents we want to make sure you feel comfortable working with us that we are helping you to negotiate a satisfactory outcome to your Florida short sale.  A short sale is not owned by the bank. It is owned by the person who is the homeowner or the investor who may have tenants in the property. 

Wellington REO and Short Sale Agents: Choose Your REO agents based on marketing dominance and knowing the market and trends. 

Wellington REO agents that understand the market and live in Wellington Florida care about their community here. We care. We know that our home value is tied to the neighborhood condition of the homes surrounding ours. This is why as Wellington REO agents we take care of our REO listings in the Wellington area. 

Before you hire a Wellington REO agent make sure they have a marketing plan in place such as the one we do. We dominate the search engines, organic search with special emphasis on Google page one placement. We will get your Wellington REO listings up on page one on Google within the first few weeks of marketing.

Of course there are a  lot of other marketing strategies we use but since 87% of all buyers start their home search on-line we focus our marketing on driving traffic to your listings via our internet marketing strategies.